Bitcoin Mining

2020 was a challenging year. Covid-19 lockdowns resulted in a lot of rejected and deferred visa’s. A lot of lost opportunities for permanent and Work-Away employment nationally and internationally.

The result, some volunteer work was done in South Africa and working as a permanent freelancer for the last year. Adobe Lightroom, Skylum, a cup of coffee or tea have become good friends over the last few months. Most recent and current projects seem to be design or photography related. That also seem to be much less in demand than prior to Covid-19 lockdowns.

Online Work Search.

It is no fun trawling online in search of paying work, with millions of previously employed people doing the same. I am currently researching affiliate programs and other solutions, but may have to start looking for permanent employment soon. Nobody knows when international borders will open again. We have no idea we will be able to travel to the country where we were supposed to have started working almost a year ago.

Cryptocurrency and Bitcoin Purchase Infiltrations.

I do not like Cryptocurrency schemes after almost being scammed by such a project in the past. Posts about Bitcoin scams seem to be infiltrating every job post on every work-related social page. Posters are trying to reel desperate individuals in with promises of big money if they buy training or software. It made me wonder… if this is making them so rich, why spend so much time hijacking job work-related posts. If bit coiners are doing so well, why keep trying to get people to buy software setups, or Bitcoin training? According to the posts the money is just flowing into the accounts.

Computta Bitcoin Miner Trial and Referrals.

I found a Bitcoin mining app that do not require selling an organ to invest. It is freeware software called Computta. Giving it a test-run. It runs in the background of the system all the time. I registered it on a separate Gmail account, running it in a sandbox app for security reasons. It promises little return, $20 a year unless you do referrals. However, you do not have to sell an organ or family member to make use of it. I am still reading up on how exactly it works, or not. It is running numbers up in the background, but what it does with it, I have no idea. Here is the referral link if anybody want to check it out.